Tourism

Courses

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Tourism with Business

Level 5

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Tourism with Airline Studies

Level 5

Tourism with Business

Course Code: 5M5011

 

Course Content: 

  • Tourism Information & Administration
  • Tourism Principles & Practice
  • Marketing Practice
  • Reception & Front Office Skills
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Word Processing
  • Hotelier Hub (Hotel Reservations), IAOT Cert

Award: 

QQI Level 5 Certificate in Tourism with Business This course also provides Industry Standard Qualification (IAOT)

Aim:

This course offers a broad business focus on the Tourism industry in Ireland and abroad with a view to progressing to Further Education or employment. Students will gain experience in a Tourism related business by completing a work placement during the course.

Progression & Career Options: 

Graduates from this course will have acquired a nationally recognised qualification which will enable them to compete for apprenticeship or employment in the carpentry, joinery and kitchen manufacturing industries.Graduates may also apply to a range of Degree courses in Institutes of Technology such as:

 


TU Dublin City Campus

Dundalk IT

GMIT

Waterford IT

IT Tralee

Athlone IT

This course also provides common entry to a range of other courses in Institutes of Technology.

Course Code and QQI Title:  5M5011 – Tourism with Business

DIFE Course Title:  Tourism with Business

Level 7 and 8 Courses to which this course is linked:

TU Dublin (City Campus)

International Hospitality Management, Tourism Marketing, Event Management, Languiages and International Tourism, Leisure Management, Bar & Restaurant Management

CIT, GMIT, WIT

Tourism

DCU

Aviation Management
IT Tralee Travel and Tourism Management
Entry to a range of other courses in Institutes of Technology.

This is not an exhaustive list.  Applicants are advised at all times to confirm linked Awards, any additional module requirements, application processes and scoring systems with the Admissions Offices of the participating higher education institutions, or visit www.cao.ie. 

Course Code and QQI Title:  5M5011 – Tourism with Business

DIFE Course Title:  Tourism with Business

 

Student Registration Fee € 200
PLC Government Levy € 200
QQI Exam Fee € 50
Course Fees/Materials € 50 – Educational Trips
DIFE Total € 500
Note – Some courses may require the learner to purchase relevant industry-specific material for their own use which may not be included in the course fees outlined above. 
 
€30 of the Student Registration Fee is non-refundable. All fees are subject to change.

 

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Tourism with Airline Studies

Course Code: 5M5011

 

Course Content: 

  • Airline Studies
  • Ready for Takeoff (IAOT Diploma)
  • Tourism Principles & Practice
  • Tourism Information & Administration
  • Global Distribution Systems
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Word Processing
  • Amadeus Airline Reservations (IAOT Certificate)
  • Hotelier Hub (Hotel Reservations), IAOT Cert

Award: 

QQI Certificate in Tourism with Business. This course also provides Industry Standard Qualification (IAOT).

Aim:

This course aims to give students a detailed understanding of the Tourism Industry in Ireland. It provides learners with the necessary skills to work as cabin crew and passenger service agents, including the use of industry specific IT applications e.g Amadeus. Students will gain experience in a Tourism related business by completing a work placement during the course.

Progression & Career Options: 

Former students of this course are now working with leading airline companies as ground staff, cabin crew and in other Travel and Tourism related areas. Students may progress within DIFE to a QQI Level 6 or to third level colleges:

 


TU Dublin City Campus

Dundalk IT

GMIT

Waterford IT

IT Tralee

Athlone IT

This course also provides common entry to a range of other courses in Institutes of Technology.

Course Code and QQI Title:  5M5011 – Tourism with Airline Studies

DIFE Course Title:  Tourism with Airline Studies

Level 7 and 8 Courses to which this course is linked:

Employment within travel agencies, with airline companies such as cabin crew and other tourism related areas.

TU Dublin (City Campus)

Tourism Management, Tourism Marketing

DCU

Aviation Management
Entry to a range of other courses in Institutes of Technology.

This is not an exhaustive list.  Applicants are advised at all times to confirm linked Awards, any additional module requirements, application processes and scoring systems with the Admissions Offices of the participating higher education institutions, or visit www.cao.ie. 

Course Code and QQI Title:  5M5011 – Tourism with Airline Studies

DIFE Course Title:  Tourism with Airline Studies

 

Student Registration Fee € 200
PLC Government Levy € 200
QQI Exam Fee € 50
Course Fees/Materials € 500 – Trips and Additional Qualification
DIFE Total € 950
Note – Some courses may require the learner to purchase relevant industry-specific material for their own use which may not be included in the course fees outlined above. 
 
€30 of the Student Registration Fee is non-refundable. All fees are subject to change.

 

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Advanced Tourism with Business

Course Code: 6M4985

 

Course Content: 

  • Tourism Policy and Practice
  • Event Management
  • Business Management
  • Spreadsheets
  • Word Processing
  • Work Experience
  • Customer Service
  • Sales & Marketing Management

Award: 

QQI Level 6 Certificate in Business.

Aim:

The course will create a learning environment for students to develop sharp insights into business and tourism sectors.

This programme provides graduates with a QQI Level 6 qualification in Business.

Entry Requirements:

Students seeking entry to this course should have completed a QQI Level 5 award or equivalent. Mature students with relevant experience are also welcome to apply.

Progression & Career Options: 

On completion of the course students may advance directly into employment in the Tourism and Business sectors. It is a great start for those wishing to pursue a career in the vibrant, worldwide, travel and tourism industry.

Some of the areas of opportunity include airlines, tourism operations and tourist information centres, travel and transport agents, tourism research and policy, visitor attraction management, government tourism agencies and consultancy.

Students have the option of continuing to further studies at Third Level in:

 


Maynooth University

TU Dublin

DCU

TCD

NUIG
They also have the option of advanced entry to Year 2 of Business Administration in DKIT.

Course Code and QQI Title:  6M4985 – Advanced Tourism and Business (Level 6)

DIFE Course Title:  Advanced Tourism & Business (Level 6)

Level 7 and 8 Courses to which this course is linked:

Entry to a range of other courses in Institutes of Technology.

This is not an exhaustive list.  Applicants are advised at all times to confirm linked Awards, any additional module requirements, application processes and scoring systems with the Admissions Offices of the participating higher education institutions, or visit www.cao.ie. 

Course Code and QQI Title:  6M4985 – Advanced Tourism and Business (Level 6)

DIFE Course Title:  Advanced Tourism & Business (Level 6)

 

Student Registration Fee € 200
PLC Government Levy € 200
QQI Exam Fee € 80
Course Fees/Materials € 50 – Educational Trips
DIFE Total € 530
Note – Some courses may require the learner to purchase relevant industry-specific material for their own use which may not be included in the course fees outlined above. 
 
€30 of the Student Registration Fee is non-refundable. All fees are subject to change.

 

Testimonials